Foreigners and Hangeul Day

Lim So-yeong
December 2007
Korea Focus;Winter2007, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p61
The author reflects on foreign students who chose to study the Korean language. Based on experience, he states that some students do not seem to make any progress throughout their language course due to some nuances that they find very hard to understand. He likewise finds it important to maintain the usage of natural Korean words.


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